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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-27-2010, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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hpop install

Do u have to get the chip reburned for big oil? I have a dp tuner

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-27-2010, 01:48 PM
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Re: hpop install

To take advantage of it yes you should get a reburn.

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To take advantage of it yes you should get a reburn.

which big oil system is it?

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Re: hpop install

stelth stage 2. but do i have to get it reburned

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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Re: hpop install

As was stated earlier, if you want to take advantage of your new found volume and pressure a reburn will be needed unless you have an F6 then it is downloadable (←That word doesn't look right) directly to the chip.

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Re: hpop install

It will work, yes. It will not hurt anything. You will notice a difference. But when you save up and get a reburn, you will notice even more difference.




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You can pinch some pennies for a bit.
Talk to yor tuner to see just what you will gain,
In fact talk to a few maybe a good time to change if you have to buy reburns.

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Re: hpop install

Could it not over shoot ICP if not tuned for it. I am going off looking at what happened with Bill PHP when he did the OD Adrenaline test on a bascially stock chipped motor. Again my knowledge is very limited but thought that may be pertinent. He spiked to 3600 IIRC and some other things as well.
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Re: hpop install

i noticed a big difference allready. alot more power,less smoke and no more bogging with the tq locks up, also faster starts.

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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